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Homecoming week is always a special time at Grandview Heights High School.
Issue 2 is a no-frills, just-the-basics operating levy, Grandview Heights City School District leaders say.
Youngsters will get a chance to try out the new playground equipment at Wyman Woods when the city holds a dedication ceremony Saturday, Oct. 25, for the revitalized park.
Ohio House of Representatives
Mike Curtin (D-Marble Cliff) is seeking a second term as representative of the Ohio House's 17th District.
A 15-year-old boy apprehended by a Grandview Heights police officer Oct. 15 attempted to take the officer's gun before being arrested, according to police reports.
Victims in a series of public-indecency incidents over the past 14 months in the Grandview Heights area were not able to positively identify a man police believe may be the perpetrator.
The Franklin County Board of Health is seeking increases in the fees it charges the jurisdictions it serves for 2015.
It didn't take a rocket scientist to figure out something special was taking place Friday, Oct. 10, at Stevenson Elementary School.
Grandview Heights City School District leaders say they thought long and hard about their fall funding request, from the type of levy to pursue to the district's distant financial future.
Grandview Heights police are working to determine if a man arrested Monday, Oct. 13, is connected to flashing incidents in the city stretching back to 2013.
Grandview Heights High School will mark its 100th commencement in May with a special graduation speaker.
The Grandview Heights/Marble Cliff Historical Society is making a bit of history itself.
The second Finds on Fifth event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18, along West Fifth Avenue.
Grandview Heights police have made two traffic stops in the past week that resulted in felony drug arrests.
The planting of trees and other landscaping along the sidewalk were the finishing touches.
The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave. For more information, call 614-486-2951.